Q.: How can you tell when Sen. John F. Kerry has done something right? A.: When he flip-flops and apologizes for having done it in the first place. Thus in today's Boston Globe we learn that Sen. Flip Flop now regrets his 1986 vote to confirm Justice Antonin Scalia, whom Associated Press writer Ron Fournier describes as "one of the high court's most conservative justices"—scarcely a competition at the level of the contest to become the next American Idol or president of the United States, for that matter. which appears to be a dead heat at this early stage of the race. Of course, what the dominant media monopoly really means is that Justice Scalia, like fellow justices William Rehnquist and Clarence Thomas, has voted to overturn the infamous Roe v. Wade abortion edict. Of course, a Supreme Court justice appointed by—pardon the expression—Pres. Kerry would never do that, and yet today's papers parrot such headlines as the following:
(Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise) The devil, of course, particularly with this CINO servant, is in the details. You needn't click on more than one of the above links for they and scores more—that's why it's the dominant media monopoly, after all—are publishing the same AP account, in which we read:
Democrat John F. Kerry said yesterday he's open to nominating antiabortion judges as long as that doesn't lead to the Supreme Court's overturning the landmark 1973 Roe ruling that made abortion legal.
In other words, Judge Pino—as in pro-life in name only—report to traffic court. And this is what the anti-life media would have its duped readers believe is "a moderate note"? Liars covering liars. Stay tuned to Catholic Kerry Watch and reliable news sources like Mallon's Media Watch for the unspun truth!
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Sen. John Kerry stands with Kate Michelman (right) President of NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Since 1995, Michelman's group has given Kerry a 100% rating for his voting record to defend abortion.